Vero Beach, FL, USA

Vero Beach, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 611 vacation rentals near Vero Beach. From 265 condos to 230 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Vero Beach for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Sand, water, and sunshine—life is always better at the beach

Vero Beach is the quintessential Florida city, where the sun is always shining, and the ocean waves constantly beckon. The town is split between mainland Florida and a barrier island, separated by the Indian River Lagoon, and facing the Atlantic Ocean on its eastern border. Book a Vero Beach vacation rental and you'll soon realize, with its collection of parks, gardens, and beaches, that the town is a year-round, outdoor playground for kids and adults. Whether you find your thrills in the water or on land, this small Florida town offers plenty of fun in the sun.

Don't worry, beach happy: fun in and out of the water

With adventures hidden around every corner, you won't stay in your Vero Beach vacation rental for long. The calm waters of the Indian River Lagoon make it a popular spot for such water sports as water skiing, kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, and diving. You can also rent small boats for a quick journey down the waterway. There are many companies in the area that offer such unique experiences as airboat tours, narrated boat rides, and chartered fishing excursions. If you need a break from all the excitement, enjoy an afternoon of shopping at Vero Beach's outlet malls.

From picnics to plays, there's always something to do

There's still more excitement to be found in Vero Beach's great outdoors. For starters, oceanfront South Beach Park features a grassy area for picnicking, while Jaycee Park offers platformed walkways in sandy dunes. McKee Botanical Garden is an 18-acre green space filled with tropical flora, a library, cafe, and gift shop. If you're staying in your Vero Beach vacation rental with culture vultures, they'll love the Vero Beach Museum of Art, home to a collection of contemporary American and international artwork. The nearby Riverside Theatre provides a variety of live programming, including comedy shows, musicals, plays, and a children's theater.

It's Florida—why wouldn't there be year-round sunshine?

It should come as no surprise if you know even a little about Florida, but Vero Beach is consistently warm and sunny throughout the year. Make sure you bring plenty of sunscreen during the hot summers, however, when temperatures skyrocket into the 90s with humidity to match. Rain offers a quick respite from the heat, with the city getting pounded from June through September, recording up to 7 inches a month. Winter is the coldest and driest season, but even then, daytime highs drop just to the low 70s. Fall and spring offer pleasant 80-degree temperatures with little humidity.

A watery wonderland dotted with wildlife

In addition to its borders along the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon, which merges with the Intracoastal Waterway, Vero Beach is surrounded by creeks, rivers, coves, lakes, and harbors. Beneath the surface of those waters lives such wildlife as manatee, alligators, dolphins, and sea turtles. The Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge serves as a home for the majestic shorebirds, as well as egrets, cranes, and land crabs. If you want to get lost in a tropical setting, McKee Botanical Garden features a variety of tropical plants, water lily-filled streams, and palm trees that sway in the wind.